WASHINGTON (JTN) Saudi Arabia & UAE
The gap between the Arab states and the United States is widening,
leading to fears of major developments in the region. Refused to
talk The broadcaster, in its Arabic edition, quoted the Wall Street
Journal as saying that Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of
Saudi Arabia and Sheikh Mohammed Zayed Al Nahyan of the United
Arab Emirates had met with US President Joe Biden in the past few
weeks. The White House has repeatedly tried to persuade Saudi and
Emirati leaders to talk to President Biden, but both leaders have
refused to accept the US president’s phone call, the report said.
= Riyadh considers insulting, UAE consiters FATF Gray list aim to Blackmailing
The United States has said it wants to control global oil prices in the
wake of the Russian invasion of Ukraine and is seeking to increase
global support for Ukraine. The Biden administration has formally
banned Russian oil imports. Has been pushing for an increase in oil
supplies since the imposition, pushing oil prices to 130$ a barrel, the
highest level in 14 years. The report states that Riyadh considers the
behavior of the Biden administration to be insulting, while the UAE
considers the inclusion of UAE in the Financial Task Force’s (FATF)
gray list. The aim is to blackmail and increase pressure, which is not
acceptable to the state.
= He didn’t care US President What thinks of him, Mohammed
In a recent interview, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman
said that he did not care that US President What Biden thinks of
him, but he insists on maintaining strong ties with Washington The
purpose of non-Riyadh. “Saudi Arabia has to maintain and
strengthen its relationship with the United States because we have a
long and historic relationship with it,” he said. Relations between the
two countries had soured.
= It is up to President Biden to think about US interests
The US president had ended support for the Arab League’s military
operations against the Houthi militia in Yemen and removed Iranian-
backed Houthis from the terrorist blacklist. Riyadh and the United
Arab Emirates provided weapons. The Saudi Crown Prince had said
in a statement that he did not know what the White House was
thinking. No, it is up to President Biden to think about US interests.
He said that he is not an American so it is not his job to talk about
US interests or state his position.
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